It is important to follow your dreams in the view of DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani who has followed his dream of entrepreneurship to create a business empire which he feels reflects his own path to success. Hussain Sajwani has built a business empire which takes in many different areas of his own interests including the luxury real estate, insurance, and his first business of a catering services company; the food services catering sector has always been a profitable one for Hussain Sajwani and has seen the company he established to provide high-quality food for oil and gas workers in the Middle East expand to provide services for military workers in both Gulf Wars and in Africa.
Hussain Sajwani has proven himself to be such a successful real estate developer that he has attracted some of the world’s biggest names in the industry to his grand which has grown to include a partnership with the golf sector of President Donald Trump’s company. The DAMAC owner has been looking to develop different parts of Dubai as he is seeking to create new areas of interest for potential buyers to explore and in different styles; Hussain Sajwani has recently focused his attention on the Dubailand region of the United Arab Emirates and has already completed two golf course themed resorts in a Beverly Hills style under the Trump banner.
As the head of a multi-billion dollar business, Hussain Sajwani has been attempting to build for the future and sees the expansion of his business across the planet as of the greatest importance for the future. Not only is the DAMAC owner looking to create the most impressive business empire available but he is also looking to assist the communities his business touches by taking a major role in the development of charitable endeavors to aid children who are struggling across the Middle East. In conjunction with the United Arab Emirates Royal Family and the Red Crescent humanitarian group, Hussain Sajwani has been a regular contributor to a fund providing clothing, food, and fuel for needy children with 50,000 clothed through the donations of Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties.